Video: Apply Chat Automation today, work smarter tomorrow!

Earlier this week, guest speaker and Microsoft MVP Jaap Brasser presented a session on “Apply Chat Automation today, work smarter tomorrow!” for our November 2017 Mississippi PowerShell User Group meeting.

Today we will look at something different, Chat Automation often also referred to as ChatOps. What is this and why should we care about it? In this session I will take you through the basics, discuss why this is worth our time and how it can help you get more out of your investment of PowerShell scripts and modules. Aside from that we are going to take a challenge, get a fully customizable PowerShell Slack bot up-and-running within 10 minutes.

The video from that presentation is now available.

Jaap Brasser is a Cloud and Automation Engineer and PowerShell MVP with a big passion for scripting and automation. As an IT professional Jaap is part of several professional communities, speaks at technical events and writes articles on a variety of subjects on his personal blog and other websites or magazines. As an active member of the PowerShell community he supports users by providing answers in forums, blogs about PowerShell and creates and shares PowerShell modules and functions.Jaap Brasser is a Cloud and Automation Engineer and PowerShell MVP with a big passion for scripting and automation. As an IT professional Jaap is part of several professional communities, speaks at technical events and writes articles on a variety of subjects on his personal blog and other websites or magazines. As an active member of the PowerShell community he supports users by providing answers in forums, blogs about PowerShell and creates and shares PowerShell modules and functions.

The Mississippi PowerShell User Group Meetings are held online (via Skype for Business) on the second Tuesday of each month at 8:30pm Central Time and are free to attend. The system requirements to attend these online meetings can be found on the MSPSUG website under the “Attendee Info” section.

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